Some critics cite government 'takeover' of business and 'giveaways' to the poor as signs that President Obama is a socialist. Members of the Socialist Party are among those who disagree.
The historic site of the 1944 conference in New Hampshire's White Mountains retains from the grandeur of an international meeting that set down the first global financial order.
A dozen Senate Democrats joined Republicans in voting against a stimulus package that would add about $80 billion to the deficit. President Obama says it will save state and local jobs.
It only makes sense to favor gold over productive investments at a time like this: when the world's monetary system is heading for a crackup.
The conventional wisdom is that the US economy won't recover until consumers start spending freely again. But some economists say Americans saving their money may be more advantageous.
The Texas Board of Education says students will be exposed to free-market economists like Milton Friedman and Austrian economist Friedrich Hayek.
To help end the Greek debt crisis, Europe and America must jointly step in to shore up global financial regulation.